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Tag:college basketball
Posted on: January 26, 2009 12:05 am
Edited on: February 22, 2009 11:49 pm
 

College Basketball Top 25 (plus local coverage)

1    Duke
2    Connecticut
3    North Carolina
4    Pittsburgh
5    Wake Forest
6    Oklahoma
7    Butler
8    Louisville
9    Clemson
10    Texas
11    Marquette
12    Michigan State
13    Syracuse
14    Xavier (OH)
15    Arizona State
16    Memphis
17    Illinois
18    Purdue
19    Gonzaga
20    UCLA
21    Kentucky
22    Villanova
23    Minnesota
24    West Virginia
25    Washington

Seattle area teams in bold.

College Basketball in the state of Washington has been great the past two weeks. Washington has been going through the Pac-10 like nobody's buisness, beating a very good UCLA team and USC this past week. They are currently 5-and-1 in the Pac-10. Meanwhile, in the eastern part of WA, Gonzaga has been tearing through conference play. They are undefeated within the WCC, but that could change when they take on St Mary's this Thursday. Washington State has been struggling this season. They dropped to 11-8 after two tough losses to UCLA and USC, both by only two points. Don't look for them to improve, as they play a defense-oriented game that doesn't work very well against the tough offensive teams in the Pac-10. Your weekly planner for Seattle area sports:


Portland Trailblazers: @ LA Clippers on the 26th at 7:30, vs Charlotte on the 28th at 7:00, vs Utah on the 31st at 7:00


Washington Huskies: @ Arizona on the 29th at 5:30, @ Arizona State on the 31st at 2:30


Washington State Cougars: @ Arizona State on the 29th at 6:00, @ Arizona on the 31st at 10:00 AM


Gonzaga Bulldogs: vs Saint Mary's (California) on the 29th at 8:00, vs San Diego on the 31st at 3:00


All times are in PST and all games are in the PM hours except where marked.

Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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